furniture. Monday , December 18th , 2017 - 18:21:57 PM
Some ideas are so deep-rooted in our minds that we don’t even think twice or consider alternatives for them. For instance, when furnishing a living room, it’s a given to have a coffee table somewhere at the center of the whole setting. But what if you were to rethink this idea and choose instead of give up the table altogether and to fill the space with something else or to have two or more coffee tables instead of just one?
The modules can be combined in a lot of different ways. In a way, they are similar to Lego bricks and they offer the use plenty of flexibility in terms of form and the angle at which they are displayed.
Diversity is good even when the space is small. A seating area with a single sofa and maybe even an accent chair or two could use two or perhaps even three coffee tables. Actually, a combination between a coffee table and a side table seems to be just right in this case. Think outside the box to find the best design solution for the space.
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